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    Each Friday, One Green Planet brings you the week’s top news. For those who don’t have a lot of time to look through the news each day, this is will be a great resource and an easy way to catch up! Here you’ll find different categories of news, a synopsis of the top stories, and links to each article published during the week. 1. Animal Rights and Welfare News Source: Tomas Urbelionis/Shutterstock As always we had a ton of news to cover in the world of animal rights and welfare. This week we saw happy and hopeful stories, as well as some grim and depressing ones. Some of the more notable stories included New York Senate Passes Bill To Ban Sale of Animals in Pet Stores, The Inhumane Way We Cage and Treat Lab Rats and Mice Could be Affecting Study Results, Maryland Becomes Second State in the U.S. to Ban Declawing, Celebrities, Animal Welfare Charities, and MPs Sign Letter to Demand an End to Cages for Hens, Cruel ‘Wild Cow Milking’ Event to Take Place at Rodeo in California, Iceland Under Pressure to Ban...
    (CNN)A man was killed and three other people injured in a shooting in New Orleans' Holy Cross neighborhood overnight, police said Saturday.Officers responded to a call of a shooting and found four people shot, the New Orleans Police Department said.A 43-year-old man was dead on the scene. A 29-year-old woman later arrived at a local hospital in a private vehicle. Emergency crews took a 50-year-old woman and a 59-year-old man to be treated.This is a developing story and will be updated.
    A biologically male murder suspect who is charged with killing an antiques dealer in New York City is transitioning from male to female while awaiting trial, DailyMail.com can reveal. Alex Ray Scott, 26, appeared in Manhattan Supreme Court on Wednesday with a dramatically altered appearance, and Scott's attorney used female pronouns to address the alleged killer. City jail records also now list Scott as female, and show that she is being housed at a Rikers Island detention center reserved for female adults and adolescents. Scott was originally booked as a male in January 2020 on charges of murder, grand larceny and criminal possession of stolen property in connection to the death of 64-year-old Kenneth Savinski, after reportedly meeting the victim on a dating app. Savinski, a respected antiques dealer and decorator, was found dead in his Upper East Side apartment, with a deep gash in his head and neck wounds. Just after midnight two days later, Scott allegedly walked into a Manhattan police station covered in blood, saying, 'I think I may have killed someone last night.'  Accused killer Alex Ray Scott,...
    Dr. Erica Anderson is a clinical psychologist with 30 years of experience and a former board member of the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH). Her private practice has specialized in treating transgender and gender-questioning youth. H.H.S. Assistant Secretary for Health, Admiral Rachel Levine raised eyebrows last month by declaring that 'no argument' exists among medical professionals who care for adolescents 'regarding the value and the importance of gender-affirming care.' That's just not true. Author, Dr. Erica Anderson is a clinical psychologist with 30 years of experience There is legitimate argument over these treatments, which are defined by the World Health Organization as a range of social, psychological, behavioral, and medical interventions 'designed to support and affirm an individual's gender identity' when it conflicts with the gender they were assigned at birth. For instance, despite what the staunchest defenders of gender-affirming care say some of these treatments, like puberty blockers and hormone treatments, are not fully reversible in some cases. But I must write that I also sympathize with Dr. Levine. She likely sees it as her responsibility as...
    A conservative commentator confronts pro-choice protesters by quizzing them on 'what is a woman' in a new documentary that claims that pediatricians who are helping teens transition to a different gender are prescribing a hormone blocker that has been used for chemical castration. Matt Walsh, a father-of-four who hosts a podcast for 'The Daily Wire' said he has been asking the question for years and has yet to receive a straight answer.  'What is a women? Can one person tell me what a woman is?' Walsh asked protesters as he walked along the route with a megaphone at the Women's March last year.  One protester yelled back, 'If you're not here for women, we ask you to leave!' Others remained silent.   The protesters' reactions are the center of a new Daily Wire documentary, 'What is a Woman?' that is set to be released on June 1. A book with the same title is set to be published on June 14. The trailer was released Saturday - the day hundreds of thousands are expected to march in Washington, D.C. and across the country...
    A New York City woman has died after she was brutally pinned between two cars during a hit-and-run in Queens on Mother’s Day, according to reports. Warning: The Video Below Contains Graphic Content. Viewer Discretion is Strongly Advised.  The woman who was a victim of a hit-and-run died Monday. Police have a suspect in custody for the murder of Florence Ngwu, hitting the woman on Mother’s Day after stealing a landscaping truck. #QueensNY pic.twitter.com/760dkX1BHL — Joshua Rodriguez (@Joshuajered) May 11, 2022 Police said the assailant was driving a stolen dump truck and attempted a U-turn on 120th Avenue – a dead-end street – at 8:30 a.m. Sunday, WABC reported “He hit this white BMW, he hit about three, four times,” witness Sharon Brown told the outlet. “The owners of the car came out. They were trying to stop him. He was still in motion.” Forty-nine-year-old Florence Ngwu, a mother of four, approached the vehicle with a traffic cone attempting to get the suspect’s attention, witnesses reportedly said. “She was just saying, ‘Pull over, you hit a vehicle, we...
    A woman was arrested and charged with murder on Monday after a DNA sample found her to be the mother of a child found dead nearly two decades ago. Jennifer Lynn Matter, 50, was charged with two counts of second-degree murder for the death of the newborn boy in 2003 and may face additional charges over the 1999 death of a baby girl who was also determined to be her child via DNA evidence, according to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety. ALABAMA CORRECTIONS OFFICER WHO HELPED PRISONER ESCAPE DIES AFTER POLICE CHASE "The tenacity of several investigators in our office to obtain justice for these babies and the perseverance by our community who assisted us in finding answers have led us here today," Goodhue County Sheriff Marty Kelly said. “We pray today's arrest and charges provide some closure to all of those effected." Investigators received a DNA sample from Matter after executing a search warrant on May 2, according to the criminal complaint. Matter initially refused to give a sample and denied being the...
    Hundreds of New Yorkers took to the streets this weekend to protest against the possibility the Supreme Court may be ready to overturn the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade decision and end the nationwide right to legal abortion. The Ruth Bader Ginsburg Democratic Club held an abortion-rights rally on Sunday afternoon in Brooklyn. Protesters consisting of mothers and daughters gathered outside the Joralemon Street municipal building named after the former Supreme Court Justice.  The Supreme Court draft decision has sparked waves since Politico first released it last Monday night, with Chief Justice John Roberts confirming its authenticity the following day. In the opinion, Alito writes: 'Roe was egregiously wrong from the start. We hold that Roe and Casey must be overruled.  'It is time to heed the Constitution and return the issue of abortion to the people's elected representatives.' The wording may change in the final decision, the Post notes, as justices will have had time to offer critiques, dissents and revisions before it is formally announced in the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization case in July. In the case,...
    FREEHOLD, New Jersey -- A judge has imposed a 95-year prison sentence on a woman convicted of arranging to have her girlfriend shot and later strangling and burying her in the backyard of a New Jersey home."It is difficult to imagine a more heinous scheme of manipulation and cold-hearted depravity over four months than that orchestrated by Jennifer Sweeney,'' Monmouth County Superior Court Judge David Bauman said in sentencing the 38-year-old defendant Friday.Authorities said 41-year-old Tyrita Julius was wounded in a shooting two days before Thanksgiving in 2015. In March of the following year, her mother reported her missing. In August 2016, her body was found buried in the yard of a Long Branch home.The resident of the home was 38-year-old Andre Harris, who authorities said was the gunman in the earlier shooting. He reached a plea deal and testified against Sweeney, saying she had threatened to kill his children if he didn't shoot Julius, whom he didn't know. He said Sweeney was jealous and believed Julius was cheating on her.Sweeney was convicted in September of murder, conspiracy, attempted murder...
    MORRIS COUNTY, New Jersey (WABC) -- Two young men are under arrest for the sexual assault of a woman on a popular bike and walking trail in New Jersey.Morris County officials say the two individuals were detained Thursday afternoon just hours after sketches of the suspects were released during a press conference. On Friday, the 17-year-old boy and Lizandro Osorio-Mejia, 18, were arrested.(Video in media player is from previous report)The attack happened on Tuesday afternoon at the Traction Line Recreation Trail in Morristown.Investigators say two suspects approached the victim and asked for money.When she didn't comply, one man pushed her to the ground and sexually assaulted her while the other stood by.Both then fled, and police say both were spotted at a local train station after the crime.Authorities said the suspects may have used the trains to come into Morristown, where they stole a bicycle. One used the bike when they fled the area.The teen suspect was charged with one count of robbery, one count of conspiracy to commit robbery, and theft.Osorio-Mejia was arrested and charged with a...
    MORRIS COUNTY, New Jersey (WABC) -- A woman was sexually assaulted in broad daylight on a popular bike and walking trail in New Jersey, and now authorities are asking for the public's help tracking down the suspects.It happened in Tuesday afternoon at the Traction Line Recreation Trail in Morristown.Investigators say two men approached the victim and asked for money.When she didn't comply, one man pushed her to the ground and sexually assaulted her while the other stood by.Both then fled.The Morris County Prosecutor's Office released surveillance pictures that show the two suspects they are looking for. One suspect is described as a Hispanic male with black hair, about 20 years old, who was last seen wearing a white polo shirt and blue jeans.The other is described as a Hispanic male, also about 20, who was last seen wearing a black hat, black hoodie sweatshirt with white lettering on the back, and black pants.One of the men is seen in a photo riding a bicycle.If you have any information about the case or the men involved, you're urgently asked...
    A Hudson Valley man has pleaded guilty to murder and other charges in connection with the shooting death of a young woman. Orange County resident, Carlos Rivera, age 49, of Newburgh, made the plea on Monday, May 2 for the murder which took place in New Windsor in December 2019. During the incident, Chelsea Debidi, age 21, of Walden, was killed at the Knox Village Apartments in New Windsor at the home of her 20-year-old boyfriend’s family, said the Orange County District Attorney's Office. The boyfriend was also shot and seriously injured, the DA's office said. Rivera was charged along with Cornelius Stubbs, age 48, also of Newburgh, who allegedly was attempting to shoot his ex-girlfriend with whom he has a child and by mistake, Debidi was shot, officials said at the time of the event. Rivera’s plea came during the jury selection phase of the trial against the two men, the DA's office said. The District Attorney’s Office will continue the prosecution of Stubbs at trial.
    A gunman shot dead a bat-wielding man and injured two bystanders in a brutal shooting at a Bronx deli on Tuesday. Edison Cruz, 25, allegedly blasted the 31-year-old man during the overnight attack on East Burnside Avenue and Grand Concourse in Mount Hope. Police raced to the scene to reports of gunfire at the store around 12:50 a.m.  Shocking video of the altercation shows the victim seemingly wielding a baseball bat at Cruz before running inside a bodega when his attacker pulled out a gun. Cruz allegedly then opened fire from the sidewalk, hitting the victim in the head and the torso while a man and a woman, both 34, were struck in the arm and chest.  The fatality was declared dead at the scene while the two bystanders were rushed to Saint Barnabas Hospital, where they remain in stable condition. 'It's going to be a moment before I go back into that store. I can't do it,' Mount Hope resident Armoni Phillips told CBS after learning about the shooting.  It comes as the Big Apple continues to experience...
    AN arrest has been made in the alleged murder of a 22-YEAR-old woman whose body was found on railroad tracks weeks after she sent a harrowing final message. Tiara Lott's boyfriend Andre "Dro" Whigham, 28, has been charged with murder for allegedly strangling her and disposing of her body in Buffalo, New York. 3Tiara Lott disappeared in January 2021 after sending a concerning last text messageCredit: Facebook 3Andre "Dro" Whigham, 28, has been charged in Lott's murderCredit: The United States Marshal Service Lott was reported missing by her family in January, 2021, after she was last seen during a video call with a friend. She was "sore" and appeared bruised during the call, her mother told WGRZ. A friend had asked Lott where she was so they could send an Uber, but the call suddenly ended. Read More News'FIND HER KILLER' Best opportunity to solve JonBenét's 'murder' is 'TODAY,' brother saysSO DANGEROUS 'Killer' who fled jail with guard 'plotted escape in 2020,' victim's son says Minutes later, Lott reportedly sent a text message that read: "if anything happens to me,...
    WHEN you're in the process of buying a place, you might think you know what you're getting yourself into. But trust us, you'll never fully appreciate your new home's eccentricities until you've moved in. 4She then had to turn to the experts to crack it openCredit: Tiktok/@fireplacesafe That said, the only quirks we've ever had to deal with are some leaky taps and a mysterious light switch - which is no way near as exciting as this TikToker's experience. Earlier this year, the American social media user created an entire TikTok account to document her attempt to break into the mysterious safe hiding in her new fireplace. Before she got the keys to her new home, the woman had a hunch that the boxed-off section of the fireplace could be a safe. So naturally, she enlisted her dad for help removing the layers of wood covering the front. In a viral video that's racked up over 70 MILLION views, she wrote: "I found a safe on the first day in my new house." Read More Viral StoriesTATT'S AWKS I let...
    Nebraska Republican Charles Herbster The Daily Kos Elections Morning Digest is compiled by David Nir, Jeff Singer, Stephen Wolf, Daniel Donner, and Carolyn Fiddler, with additional contributions from David Jarman, Steve Singiser, James Lambert, David Beard, and Arjun Jaikumar. Subscribe to our podcast, The Downballot! x Embedded Content Leading Off ● NE-Gov: With less than two weeks to go before Nebraska's Republican primary for governor, self-funding businessman Charles Herbster is running a TV ad that takes the remarkable tack of directly attacking one of the eight women who've accused him of sexual battery, state Sen. Julie Slama, claiming her allegations are part of a scheme orchestrated by a rival candidate, Jim Pillen, and termed-out Gov. Pete Ricketts. Just last week, Herbster sued Slama for defamation, to which Slama, who's not on the ballot this year, responded with a counterclaim seeking damages for sexual assault. Her attorney responded to the new ad by saying, “​​Charles Herbster is solely responsible for the harm he inflicted against Senator Slama, and he will answer for it in court.” Herbster’s female narrator begins by charging...
    EDGEWATER PARK TOWNSHIP, N.J. (CBS) — A double shooting in Burlington County, New Jersey has left one man dead and a woman injured, police say. The victims were found in a car around 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday along the 200 block of Ivy Road in Edgewater Park Township. There’s no word yet on the woman’s condition. No arrests have been made.
    A BRITISH couple found dead at a rural home in the south of France next to a haunting note died in an apparent murder-suicide after facing financial difficulties. The lifeless bodies of the pair, who had reportedly lived in France for 10 years, were found at the property in Boudrac, in the foothills of the Pyrenees, south of Toulouse on Sunday afternoon. 3The couple planned to turn their home into a bed and breakfast guest houseCredit: Google Maps 3The lifeless bodies of the couple were found at their property in BoudracCredit: Google Maps 3French police opened a murder investigation after finding the coupleCredit: Getty Friends of the couple had visited the house after not hearing from them for at least three days. When they arrived at their home – which was due to be turned into a bed and breakfast guest house – they found the lifeless body of a 65-year-old woman. Police later found the woman's husband, 64, dead in an outhouse. According to France Bleu, the woman, from Barnsley, died after being hit in the head and strangled...
    NEW YORK -- A man is under arrest in the gruesome murder of a mother whose body was found in a duffel bag in New York City's Queens borough.David Bonola, 44, arrived at the 112th NYPD precinct where he was interviewed in connection with the death of 51-year-old Orsolya Gaal and then taken into custody.He's now facing charges of murder, criminal tampering and possession of a weapon.Detectives made the decision to pick him up and were in his neighborhood at around 11:30 p.m. Wednesday when he walked up to the officers and said, "I hear you are looking for me."He then apparently proceeded to make a full confession.RELATED: Woman found dead in duffel bag at NYC park; police questioning teen sonBonola had known Gaal from doing work on her house and knew where to find the key, allegedly enabling him to stab her to death while her 13-year-old son was upstairs, unaware of what was happening to his mother.Police are still looking into the extent of the relationship between Gaal and Bonola.On Wednesday, the NYPD's investigation led them to a...